Daniel Harms is a librarian and writer living in central New York. His major area of research is magic from antiquity to the present, especially necromancy and fairy magic. He has been published in Fortean Times, the Journal for the Academic Study for Magic, and the Enquiring Eye, as well as chapters for Palgrave Macmillan and Penn State Press books. Harms is also the author of two books on horror fiction and folklore.
Three Centuries of Incantations, Charms & Ritual Magic
A Faithfully Reconstructed Sourcebook of 17th, 18th & 19th Century Magic
Over three centuries of pivotal magical development, four occult philosophers recorded charms, seals, talismans, and... READ MORE